The Minnesota Masters Hall of Fame Committee is proud to announce the addition of two new members to this distinguished group:

Over a span of 32 years, Sharon Lee-Sheridan has compiled an impressive list of individual accomplishments, including 37 National Top 10 Times. She currently holds 30 Minnesota State Records. Sharon burst into the MN Masters record books in the 1991-92 seasons of SCY, SCM and LCM with 16 new State records in free, back, IM and fly (including the 200 fly)! Perhaps even more impressive, and in keeping with her quiet and generous personality, is how Sharon has helped others achieve fame on relays! 29 times has she lifted other Minnesota Masters teammates to National Top 10 Relay Times, and six times did her relays make FINA rankings as among the Top 10 Times in the World!

Peggy Kemp Kratz is no stranger to Hall of Fame inductions. Her illustrious swimming career includes memberships in the Benilde St. Margaret, Hamline University, and St. Catherine University Halls of Fame. She began her quarter-century with Minnesota Masters with a big splash, setting five LMC State records in 1993. She has since broken numerous individual State Records and currently holds sixteen.   Peggy has posted 33 individual and 16 relay National Top 10 times. Her crowning achievements might well be her two Masters Long Distance All American (National Championship) performances, with the 2014 championship involving four hours of racing over a course in the Greater than Nine Mile category.

About Minnesota Masters Swimming

Minnesota Masters Swimming LMSC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to a healthy swimming lifestyle for adult swimmers within 87 counties in Minnesota and 3 in Western Wisconsin. It is the local governing body for United States Masters Swimming (USMS).

There are 1,172 registered swimmers in the Minnesota LMSC and over 60,000 nationwide. Anyone 18 years of age or older is eligible to join. No prior competitive swimming experience is necessary.

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